Want to explore the freshest new spots in Miami? From a Caribbean restaurant to a furniture store, read on for a rundown of the newest destinations to open for business around town.
Dr. Franz Kerdel
Dr. Franz Kerdel is a medical spa and dermatologist and skin care spot that's located at 3661 S. Miami Ave., Suite 1005.
The office offers several Cosmetic and Clinical Dermatology and sells skin care products. Cosmetic services include cosmetic surgery, laser treatments and wrinkle prevention, while acne, birthmarks, Mohs surgery and scars are some of the clinical services. For a full list, click here.
With just two reviews so far, Dr. Franz Kerdel has already made a positive impression.
Yelper Sandra V. wrote, "I recently saw Dr. Kerdel, and was thoroughly impressed with the bedside manner and professionalism. He took the time to address my concerns and explain my treatment plan in detail."
It's open from 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Friday. (It's closed on Saturday and Sunday.)
Lolo Miami Cosmetics
Stop by 1442 N.E. Miami Place, Suite 227 downtown and you'll find Lolo Miami Cosmetics, a new medical spa and eyelash service and skin care spot.
Lolo Miami Cosmetics will take care of eyelash extensions (available in different styles) and eyebrow styling and more, body transformation treatments, hydrafacials and spa and leisure treatments (back facials, microcurrent for your face, facial rejuvenation and more). It also sells PCA skin products. Click here to view the full menu of services.
This business has been hitting the right note with locals, with a perfect five-star rating out of three reviews.
Yelper Sarah C. said, "This is probably one of my most favorite places for eyelashes. The service is great. I've been going for a few years now and never had a disappointment."
Schedule an appointment from 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday and 10 am.–4 p.m. on Sunday.
Manjay is a Caribbean spot, that recently opened its doors at 8300 N.E. Second Ave. in the Little Haiti.
The business is owned by Christian Dominique, who was born and raised in Haiti and the menu is overseen by Bahamian chef Jouvens Jean, who has won different cooking competitions, including Food Network's "Chef Wanted" and has written a book, according to the business's website.
Manjay serves Caribbean-inspired salads, appetizers, sandwiches and wraps and Caribbean bowls. You can order the From Haiti With Love - Griyo bowl with braised pork cooked Creole style or the Neo Cubano sandwich with prosciutto, Creole braised pork, pickled chayote, Swiss cheese and plantain fries.
Yelpers are liking the new addition, which currently holds a four-star rating out of three reviews.
Want to try the Caribbean spot? Drop by from 11 a.m.–10 p.m. Tuesday–Thursday, 11 a.m.–11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m.–9 p.m. on Sunday. (It's closed on Monday.)
Battubelin is a new Italian spot, offering pizza and burgers that's located at 749 N.E. 79th St.
The menu features Italian staples but with a Miami-style twist, such as the pizza, focaccia or any of the pasta dishes, which are made in-house. Try the Lasagna Portofino, pesto gnocchi and the spicy pizza with calabrese pepperoncini and salami.
With a 4.5-star rating out of 25 reviews on Yelp so far, the new restaurant seems to be a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Yelper Vivian B. noted, "We had the gnocchi with the signature bolognese sauce, which was so fresh and the taste was incredible."
Stop in for a taste of Italy from noon–11 p.m. daily.
Maisons du Monde
Head over to 2450 N.W. Second Ave. and you'll find Maisons du Monde, a new furniture store.
The spot sells furniture for nearly every room in the house, including the living room, bedroom and dinning room. Outdoor furniture and decor such as coat and candle hangers, textiles and rugs, tableware and small accessories are also available. Check out everything the store has to offer here.
Yelpers are liking the new addition, which currently holds a 4.5-star rating out of three reviews.
Give the store a try from 11 a.m.–8 p.m. Sunday–Thursday and 11 a.m.–9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
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